Produced in the 1950s, "Stop Fires Save Jobs" was produced by American insurance companies as part of an educational program in co-ordination with National Fire Prevention Week. The film was widely screened at corporations and civic clubs across the country in the 1950s and shown as part of Civil Defense preparedness training. The film introduces the common causes of industrial fires and how to prevent them, the concept of flashpoint, classes of fires, and fire extinguishers,... Topics: Fire Safety, Fire Protection Engineering, Fire, Fire alarm, Fire Extinguisher, Industrial Fire,...
Created during WWII, this silent educational film shows the German Fire Brigade in action battling what appears to be a building fire caused by an incendiary bomb. Unfortunately we don't speak German -- so hopefully some kind person will translate the title cards for us! Danke!This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for... Topics: Fire Fighters, civil Defense
With teacher's guideDemonstrates that lessons learned from fire drills can save lives in fire emergencies at school, at home, and at a crowded theatre. Shows a well-organized fire drill in progress, and dramatizes several true-to-life situations in which the most effective safety procedures and the most modern equipment is used to combat fire in each of the three situations--home, shcool, and public building Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Fire prevention, Fire extinction, Safety, Fire, Safety, Fire Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
byStandard Film.; National Fire Protection Association.
Cleverly animated texts of everyday use which performs their daily actions without the aid of people. Although the very few words spoken are French, the film tells the story without a real need for words. Topic: Fire prevention.
Created during WWII, this silent educational film shows the German Fire Brigade in action battling what appears to be a building fire caused by an incendiary bomb. Unfortunately we don't speak German -- so hopefully some kind person will translate the title cards for us! Danke!This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for... Topics: Fire-Fighters, Civil Defense
Explains what to do after a fire when dealing with an insurance adjuster. Mostly suggests using a third party insurance guy. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks Archives. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project. Topics: fire, disaster, insurance
Made in 1943 for the U.S. Navy, DAMAGE CONTROL IV shows the use of the Rescue Breathing Apparatus during firefighting operations aboard ships. Shown is the Navy Oxygen Breathing Rescue Apparatus, Type A-1, a self-contained, closed-circuit device. Oxygen, generated by chemicals in a canister, flowed to the right-hand section of the breathing bag, where it mixed with air previously passed through the canister, then to the left-hand breathing bag and on through the inhalation tube into the... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, United States Navy, World War II, Fire Fighting, Fire, Training
This 1971 vintage U.S. Coast Guard film shows the proper procedures for a Captain of the Port inspection of a waterfront facility. In the United States, Captain of the Port (COTP) is a title held by a United States Coast Guard officer, usually the commander of a United States Coast Guard sector with the rank of captain (O-6). Captain of the Port duties involve enforcing within their respective areas port safety and security and marine environmental protection regulations, including... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, U.S. Coast Guard, Waterfront, Port, 1971, USCG, Fire Safety
Made by Britain's Ministry of Information, "London Fire Raids" details the civil defense activities carried out during the "Blitz" and the command and control systems that helped save London from annihilation. The film was shown in the United States as part of Civil Defense efforts both during and after WWII, in an attempt to demonstrate how effective fire fighting efforts can be when well coordinated. On Dec. 29 to Dec. 30, 1940, the Germans struck the City of London in... Topics: London Fire Brigade, United Kingdom, London, Film, The Blitz, Luftwaffe, Civil Defense, Ministry Of...
byDepartment of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures
Reel 1, scenes of palm trees, surf on a beach at St. Augustine, an old schoolhouse, old homes in St. Augustine, and old men playing checkers depict Florida's history, social atmosphere, and climate. Shows the Royal Palms State Park, Florida Botanical Garden and Arboretum, Highlands Hammock, Rex Beach Forest, and bridges and streams. CCC men work in a park. Reel 2 shows CCC men turning out for a day's work, playing volley ball and tennis, swimming, and fighting brush and forest fires, Includes... Topics: Civilians, Fire extinction, Florida, Motion pictures, Saint Augustine (Fla.), Sports, Living New...
Created by Britain's Ministry of Information in 1942, this film describes the "new" incendiary bombs being used by the Luftwaffe -- one that contains an explosive device that will go off a few minutes after the bomb has landed. (Presumably, this innovation was intended to kill civilian firefighters responding to the bombing.)The film also provides information about methods of defense regarding these bombs and how to put out the fires while protecting oneself against the possible... Topics: Fire Bomb, WWII, Incendiary Bomb Battle of Britain, Air Raid Warden
byFederal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration
On the town of Matanuska. Reel 1, a train arrives and passengers detrain. Reel 2 shows a house under construction, a farmer plowing, and views of cafes, a store, and the post office. Reel 3 shows views of the post office and a grocery store. Reel 4 shows the Matanuska Valley Pioneer office. Twin babies are weighed and measured in a hospital. Reel 5, people dance at a community hall. The volunteer fire department fights a fire. Reel 6, horses and mules are unloaded from box cars and auctioned.... Topics: Fire stations, Horses, Hospitals, Matanuska (Alaska), Motion pictures, Living New Deal
Created in 1933 by the newly-ascendant Adolph Hitler, "Deutschland Erwacht!" is a recounting of life in Germany after WWI and up until the handover of power from Hindenburg to Hitler in 1933. As a work of propaganda, the film vividly shows the turbulent, inflationary times that followed World War I and attempts to show how Hitler's Germany will be a powerful nation. This portion, Reel 2, shows the burning of the Reichstag Building. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC... Topics: Nazism, Stock Footage, Periscope Film, Reichstag, Adolf Hitler, Berlin Tempelholf Airport,...
byDepartment of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service
Shows how forest fires can be prevented by carefully extinguishing camp fires, exercising care in smoking habits while in the woods, and maintaining strict watch over fires built in brush and wooded areas. Includes shots of Civilian Conservation Corps members fighting a forest fire.Creator(s): Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service. (01/02/1954 - 04/13/1970) (Most Recent)From: Series : Motion Picture Films, compiled ca. 1915 - ca. 1959* Record Group 33: Records of the Extension... Topics: Civilians, Fire prevention, Forest fires, Motion pictures, Living New Deal
This film documents Civilian Conservation Corps activities as the Berryman camp in Missouri. It shows camp personnel; the arrival of new enrollees; building the camp, fire towers and roads; walnut planting; and recreation activities.National Archives Identifier: 6124463Local Identifier: 95.442Creator(s): Department of Agriculture. Forest Service. (07/01/1905 - ) (Most Recent)From: Series : Forest Service Public Information Films and Public Service Announcements, compiled 1945 - 1995* Record... Topics: Fire lookout stations, Mark Twain National Forest (Mo.), Living New Deal
This historic U.S. Navy film was made in the wake of the disastrous kamikaze attack and fire aboard the aircraft carrier USS Franklin in 1945, specifically to provide naval ship architects insight into the structural damage endured by the ship during the incident. According to a truncated card at the head of the film, this forensic examination of the damage was made in hopes that future carriers might be made more resistant to damage. USS Franklin (CV/CVA/CVS-13, AVT-8), nicknamed "Big... Topics: USS Franklin, Aircraft Carrier, Kamikaze, U.S. Navy, Honshu, Essex Class Aircraft Carrier, World...